Dec 4 2021
Song of the Day: hymne à l'amour, 1950, Edith Piaf.
Nov 26 2021
Song of the Day: skylark, 1942, Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer.
This is such a pretty song.
Hoagy Carmichael on music (5 songs in his YouTube playlist) and Johnny Mercer on lyrics (11 songs in his YouTube playlist) seems like…
Nov 24 2021
Song of the Day: honeysuckle rose, 1929, Fats Waller.
The intro is from the 1955 Louis Armstrong version.
The James Smith guitar solo starting at 1:20 is from a 1934 Fats video.
Added to the Fats Waller and With Intro…
Nov 18 2021
Song of the Day: "i only have eyes for you", 1934.
The original version, sung by Dick Powell in the movie "Dames", is quite different than the 1956 version by The Flamingos.
I could not find the 3rd & 4th…
Oct 20 2021
Song of the Day: "you do something to me", 1929, Cole Porter.
Oct 19 2021
Song of the Day: "la vie en rose", 1947, Edith Piaf.
This was the original French recording of the song. In 1950, several artists, including Edith and Louis Armstrong, recorded the song in English. I included the kiss and "C'est…
Oct 5 2021
Song of the Day: "i've got a feeling i'm falling", 1929, Fats Waller & Billy Rose.
I got the vocal from the Gene Austin 1929 version. Annette Hanshaw also recorded this song.
Added to both the With Intro and Fats…
Oct 1 2021
Song of the Day: "(you'd be so) easy to love", 1934, Cole Porter.
Added to the With Intro project.
Sep 14 2021
I greatly enjoyed playing Sedona Taphouse. Started out in the direct sun on an 86° evening, but it really wasn't bad. Material was well received, yay! Management asked me back, yay! Here is a fine pic from this evening.
Sep 7 2021
Song Of The Day: "rockin' chair", 1929, Hoagy Carmichael.
Hoagy wrote some of my fav tunes of these standards.
Sep 2 2021
I did my 1st Song Of The Day since July 19: "tea for two (2) (with intro)", 1924, Vincent Youmans.
I already recorded this song 2021-01-03.
This time I put the looper on for the main song & then soloed…
Aug 24 2021
Just booked the 1st Jaz Dumoz gig!
Sedona Taphouse on the patio.
Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 6-8 pm.
Be there or be square!